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Should be called 'Ant Economics',
This review is from: Butterfly Economics: A New General Theory of Economic and Social Behaviour (Paperback)
Ormerod unveils an experiment with social insects. (Ants).
From that he deduces that social beings have 3 modes of behavior.
Repetition, random, imitate.
He models 120 years of world growth history.
Models the stockmarket. No source code for the simulations.
But the stock market is simple enough for you to write from scratch.
"Decisions are taken by individual agents operating under uncertainty, and it is this which is the cause of the permanence of the business cycle."